Microscopic Thymoma

A rare type of thymoma, composed of multifocal epithelial proliferations less than 1 mm in diameter. This type of thymoma usually occurs in… (More)
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2018
2018
A 75-year-old asymptomatic man presented with an anterior mediastinal cyst without a solid component on computed tomography… (More)
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2017
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2017
BACKGROUND Microscopic thymomas, defined as epithelial proliferations smaller than 1 mm in diameter, characteristically occur in… (More)
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2013
2013
The congenital thymic cysts are rare. They have a congenital origin and they are benign. The differential diagnosis of acquired… (More)
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2011
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2011
CONTEXT Thymectomy is an effective therapy for patients with myasthenia gravis, and the lesions usually identified are lymphoid… (More)
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2009
2009
We investigate a case of nodular hyperplasia of the thymic epithelium which was incidentally, microscopically discovered… (More)
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2007
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2007
Microscopic thymoma was first described in 1976 and remains in the latest WHO classification (2004). It defines an epithelial… (More)
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2007
2007
BACKGROUND In 2005, Cheuk et al reported two patients with microscopic-sized thymomas and proposed the term microthymoma to… (More)
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2005
2005
We report 2 cases of microscopic-sized thymoma, which probably represents the earliest phase of thymoma development. The 2… (More)
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1995
1995
A rare case of microscopically sized thymoma is described in a 56 year old man suffering from myasthenia gravis. Histological… (More)
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1992
1992
Twenty cases of macroscopically non-neoplastic thymuses obtained from patients with myasthenia gravis have been studied… (More)
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